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Thread: Connecting threads

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    Use it for a quilt back!

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    my experience has been the same, nothing but friendliness and good customer service

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    "Pay it Forward" - Keep half and give the other half to someone else.

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    They are the best for CS I have found although Fabric Depot is also a good one..............

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    Connecting Threads is a wonderful place to shop. I'm so glad to hear of your good experience with them.

    Quote Originally Posted by jollyquilting
    This is a company on the internet, if you just type in Connecting Threads and they have cheap kits, fabric is about 5.98 a yard, sometimes cheaper, and lots of notions and books at a discount.
    "cheap" as in not expensive, but it's very good quality fabric.

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    watch for their 1/2 pricce sale.I bought loads for backings..they were all $2.96 a yard.and the fabric was great...all USA made.

    Now that's what we like to read.......

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    If nobody has suggested it...check out Thimbleberries quilt patterns.
    Even if you are not a plaid lover, a little bit adds some pizazz to a nice, comfy-cozy country quilt!
    Trade some of it to a plaid lover. :D

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    Some day you will have a use for the green fabric So just put it into your stash.

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    That is really a nice surprise! Connecting Threads are great to work with though. I have bought alot from them & I've always been pleased!

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    Make a quilt and use the 8 yards for a backing...

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